Bayou Preservation Association's 10th Annual Symposium "A Decade of Significant Change"


This year's event will reflect on the last 10 years of Houston bayou preservation, highlighting a decade of evolution at Harris County Flood Control District, the bayou-friendly results of the 83rd legislative session and an overall retrospective of watershed development and sustainability. The symposium will also focus on the next 10 years of emerging issues in water quality.

The day will feature Houston Mayor Pro-Tem Ed Gonzalez, who will kick-off the symposium; Judge Ed Emmett; Mark Gold, keynote speaker and associate director of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability; and many other scientists, policy makers, planners and engineers.



United Way of Greater Houston Community Resource Center
50 Waugh Dr.
Houston, TX 77007


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